2018-10-18

Weber, council Stein, schools

We enthusiastically endorse two candidates who seek reelection in November—Denis Weber for Agoura Hills City Council, and Lesli Stein, Las Virgenes Unified School District board member. They are dedicated, purposeful, knowledgeable and care about the residents and communities they serve. Denis is a good listener, empathetic, trustworthy and works corroboratively. His experience as a banker and a 25-year council member […]

Three men on a mission to help the homeless get through winter

Need 1,000 sleeping bags by Nov. 7


With winter approaching, many people look forward to warm sweaters, comfy fireplaces and anything that’s pumpkinspiced. Oak Park resident George Annino is thinking about ice-cold sidewalks. Annino, a 77-year-old who’s been volunteering to help the less fortunate for decades, is collecting sleeping bags to help homeless people in Los Angeles and Ventura weather those long, chilly nights outside. Many of […]

The Westerly in Simi Valley oflers sales event on its ranch-style homes

Townhomes start in the low $500K

New homebuyers can take advantage of limited-time incentives to customize their home or ease the buying process during the “Buy Now for a Big Wow” sales event at The Westerly by Landsea Homes. “Our ‘Buy Now for a Big Wow’ sales event offers new homebuyers the opportunity to save thousands of dollars in incentives to purchase their dream home,” said […]

MEET YOUR ACORN ADVERTISER

PREMIER AMERICA CREDIT UNION


Answers provided by Nora Itani, community branch manager for Premier’s Thousand Oaks location. Q: How long has your branch been in the community? A:This branch has been in the Conejo Valley since 2001—17 years! Q: How many employees do you have at your branch? A: Currently five with two openings. We are actively hiring throughout the company. Visit PremierAmerica.com/Careers to […]

Children learn role of a therapy dog

Cutbill for LVUSD

I want to urge you all to please vote in the upcoming election and I highly recommend that you vote to reelect Angela Cutbill for the LVUSD School Board. I first met Angela when she was the PFA president at Lindero Canyon Middle School, and then watched her in action all the way through her successful tenure as president at […]

Benefit supports wounded warriors

The seventh annual Bravery Uncorked Benefit will run from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sat., Oct. 20 at Boccaccio’s Restaurant, 32123 Lindero Canyon Road, Unit 110, Westlake Village. The event will include wine tasting, an hors d’oeuvres reception, live jazz by the Jack Daro Trio, and live and silent auctions for bidding on original photography, spa treatments, golf rounds, wines and […]

Home in Valley View Estates backs to open space

This Valley View Estates home is in Wood Ranch and sits at the end of a long, private driveway on a large lot which backs to open space with views of the hills. This is the largest of the models, with four large bedrooms, including one bedroom and bath downstairs; three bathrooms; and a bonus room with fireplace and wet […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS

Pet shelter applauds Acorn

Dogs and pet lovers are invited to the annual Shelter Hope Pet Appreciation Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun., Oct. 21 at the Janss Marketplace, Moorpark Road and Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The event is taking place simultaneously with the 27th annual Thousand Oaks Rotary Street Fair on Moorpark Road between Hillcrest and Wilbur. The free pet-friendly event […]